Windows 10: all apps are transparent and i can see desktop icons through !

Discus and support all apps are transparent and i can see desktop icons through ! in Windows 10 Customization to solve the problem; Hi when i open file explorer or any app that has dark background " including games " , i can see desktop icons through it , i cleaned up my desktop... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Customization' started by To3omar, May 11, 2021.

  1. To3omar Win User

    all apps are transparent and i can see desktop icons through !


    Hi when i open file explorer or any app that has dark background " including games " , i can see desktop icons through it , i cleaned up my desktop and made it empty , thing got worse , now i see my old uncleaned desktop apps , even if my desktop is empty i could see that !! , i tried to capture this to show you guys the problem , it gets crazier , the screen shot shows that everything is ok and nothing wrong , you can see tha problem only if you look at the screen !!i tried restoring my monitor settings and disable transparent mode , nothing work :i have a photo from my phone that

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    To3omar, May 11, 2021
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  2. howardb#1 Win User

    Really big transparent desktop icons that allow you to see the window slideshow pictures

    I am currently using the built-in slideshow picture feature of windows to show a gallery of my images on my desktop, but as icons populate my desktop, they cover the slideshow images area. To get around this, I creates about 50 or so of the largest sized
    desktop icons that show a transparent image. While this solved the problem of regular desktop icons covering all or most of my slideshow images, it does have some problems and doesn't look all that good: the transparent icons sometimes move and 'break' the
    transparent region and these icons have names that detracts from the overall effect.

    I would like to have the built-in windows slideshow feature better integrate with the desktop with a few new options that would make the slideshow images look better:

    1. Create a transparent placeholder region, that works like a oversized desktop icon, and would force regular desktop icons to be place around it.
    2. The transparent placeholder region can be sized so the amount of desktop area for regular desktop icons can be managed.
    3. Slideshow images that are larger than the transparent placeholder region can either be clipped or not:
      1. Clipping causes slideshow images to only show the part of the image that fits within the transparent placeholder region. The image would be centered within the transparent placeholder region.
      2. Not clipped shows under the regular desktop icons that surround the transparent placeholder region, as they do now.
    4. Slideshow images can be automatically resized to fit within the transparent placeholder region or allowed to show normally.
    5. This suggestion would get around a few problems that using multiple normal icons that contain transparent images currently suffer:
      1. The transparent placeholder region is much easier to maintain than if the region is made up of lots of regular desktop icons,
      2. Added new icons never land within the area occupied by the transparent placeholder region,
      3. Regular icons have names and selection checkboxes that if used as a placeholders don't look good, and
      4. The transparent placeholder region never contain images, so can be rendered more efficiently than regular icons because an image file is never accessed.

    Thanks
     
    howardb#1, May 11, 2021
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  3. Remove Linux Desktop Icons

    I am not sure whether this will work (Ubuntu does not have icons like that on the desktop by default), but I suggest opening the trash bin and sweeping the icons into the window showing the trash bin.
     
    Peter1986C, May 11, 2021
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  4. Bree Win User

    all apps are transparent and i can see desktop icons through !

    Desktop Icon Background Color

    Your example is a shortcut for the Camera app, a UWP app managed by the Store. I'm betting that the other blue desktop icons are also for Store apps.

    The icon is part of the app, and would be updated whenever the Store automatically updates its apps. Going from transparent background to blue suggests MS have modified the Store app icons in the latest update and messed up its transparency effect. You'll have to wait for the next Store update to see if they correct this.

    You cannot uninstall a Store app update to revert to an earlier version, but you can change its shortcut's icon. Right-click on the icon and select Properties, then click the Change icon button. Choose an appropriate icon, there is a camera icon available in the SHELL32.dll that it will offer by default - and that one is transparent .


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